"The Eyblers gave a wonderful account of this great quartet (Mozart K. 421 in d minor), their playing was superbly-controlled, yet conveyed the gamut of the emotions contained in the music, from the tragic opening movement to the unsettled, yet defiant close."
Music reviewer for the Victoria Times-Colonist
"Eybler finds the perfect apostles in the four young Toronto musicians who have formed the ensemble bearing his name."
La Presse, Montréal
"Discovery of an obscure composer in this day and age is a rare delicacy. The formation of a chamber ensemble to foster the revival of such a composer is even rarer. And when those players form a wonderfully mature and cohesive unit, then you have a very compelling recipe.
The Eybler Quartet tackles this material with poise and grace. They play upon their remarkably expressive period instruments, almost convincing the listener that this is 18th century Vienna…"
Wholenote Magazine, Toronto
"The three quartets of Eybler’s Op. 1 (1787), recorded here for the first time in fine, committed performances, contain nothing that Haydn would not have recognized… This Canadian ensemble has grit and urgency…"
San Francisco Chronicle